Living without being able to drive is near impossible in our society. If your license gets suspended or you weren’t able to get one, odds are you will end up needing to drive somewhere anyway. Many find the options very limiting, even if a judge tells you not to drive.
Although driving without a license is a minor misdemeanor, if you get enough violations and traffic offenses you can eventually become a habitual traffic violator. That offense is a felony and can result in a potential jail or prison sentence.